MEF Board Meeting Dates:

  • Monday, May 12th, 2014,
  • Monday June 9th, 2014
  • Monday July 14th, 2014

 7:00 p.m. to 9:00pm

Location:  Latimer School Room 17


Please help the MMS family who lost their home in the fire. Please click here to learn more about the fire

Order made from scratch Tamales by clicking on the above link


March 2014 - English

March 2014 - Spanish

February 2014

November 2013

September 2013

Small Grants Awarded in 2013

Please click on each school to learn more about the grant awarded


MEF 2014 Spring Fund Drive

Why Donate to MEF?

Our goal is to bring technology,professional development,science programs,foreign language electives,art programs,instrumental music, and sports to each school site district-wide. Every donation helps us reach our goal to deliver a well-rounded, quality education to our kids.

Please consider donating $250 per child or whatever your family can afford.

Donate by April 11th and help your child's school win a school wide Yogurtland party!


Here are some of the programs funded by MEF






First Annual MEF Fund Drive Handmade Cinco De Mayo Tamales 

You don't have to wait for the MEF Pumpkin Patch to eat the delicious Tamales made by Anderson parents. As part of the MEF Fund Drive you can order Tamales online and pick up fresh hand made Tamales on Cinco De Mayo, May 5th at Anderson Elementary School(4000 Rhoda Drive, San Jose). All the tamales are made from scratch by parents from Anderson Elementary to help support MEF Fund Drive.

Please click on the link below to place your order:




Please support the MMS Family who lost their home in the three-alarm fire.

Please click here to learn more about the fire.


MEF Enrichment Summer Program

Early bird discount ending April 15th! Register Now!

MEF Enrichment Summer Program will have two sessions this summer. 

Session 1: June 23 - July 3, 2014
Session 2: July 7 - July 18, 2014
                                                 Venue: Country Lane

Please visit the Enrichment Summer Program for more information on the Summer School classes and registration.

Download MEF Enrichment Summer Program Details - Music

For questions about the MEF Enrichment Summer Program, please contact our Summer School Coordinator.


Small Grants Program

Anderson Small Grant Baker Small Grant Country Lane Small Grant EDS Small Grant MMS Small Grant Payne Small Grant

As 2013 comes to a close MEF is very proud to support all the 6 schools in the district through their Small Grants Program. The Small Grants Program was established to support programs which help address a very specific need at the various schools. The programs that MEF has help supported, includes a Public Announcement System at Anderson Elementary, an up and coming PAN band at Payne Elementary, Technology Grants for Easterbrook Discovery Schoool and Country Lane, sponsoring a Literacy Evening at Baker Elementary and the Trailblazin' Behavior program at Moreland Middle School.

The applicants fill out a very detailed questionnaire' which is evaluated by the chair of the Small Grants and discussed by the members of the MEF board and then voted on. 

 Small Grants has given close to $10,000 to support the schools in the district.  It is only with the support of the Moreland parent community whether through direct donation or participating in the various fund raiser events that this is possible.


MiM receives Fender Music Foundation Grant


Congratulations to MiM and MEF for being the recipients of the Fender Music Foundation Grant. It was awarded on July 31st, 2013.

Over the course of this year, our Music program will benefit from up to eight new instruments donated by the Fender Music Foundation.  Instruments will be awarded based on availability at the foundation and the needs of our program.

Thank you to the members of the Foundation for making this grant available to music programs like ours.



The MEF 2013 Small Grants is now accepting applications!

The Moreland Education Foundation (MEF) Small Grants program aims to support innovative and creative approaches to education, including but not limited to, science, math, reading, technology, critical thinking and problem solving, the arts, and physical education. 

Small grants are available to teachers, administrators and parents.  Ideally, the small grants program will identify programs that once established successfully can be sustained and modeled by others in Moreland.

To learn more go to: